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Life with Jeeves - Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 2 The Inferiority Complex of Old Sippy Summary & Analysis

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Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 2 The Inferiority Complex of Old Sippy Summary

An old pal of Bertie's, Sipperley, is editor of a weekly paper. He is suffering from an inferiority complex on two accounts. Firstly, he is in love with the poetess Gwendolen Moon and cannot bring himself to approach her. Secondly, his ex-headmaster, Waterbury, keeps insisting that Sipperley insert his writings into the magazine.

Bertie and Jeeves are in contention on two accounts. Firstly, Jeeves disapproves of Bertie's latest acquisition, a rather ornate vase. Secondly, Jeeves suggests Sipperley's devotion to Miss Moon be demonstrated by him having an accident and calling out her name, while Bertie's plan is to play a practical joke on Waterbury, getting him covered in flour, the next time he calls at the magazine office. This will have the effect of Sipperley...

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